Atomic Cafe: A Year by Year History of the Cold Warby James K. Wheaton
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As the world closed the chapter on World War II, in 1946 Winston Churchill delivered his speech "Sinews of Peace" speech, in which he coined the phrase "Iron Curtain" to describe the territories controlled by the Soviet Union in eastern Europe. While some historians trace the beginning of the Cold War to this speech or the years after, it is clear that tensions between the Soviet Union and the West were rising.
This book is a history of the Cold War from 1945 to 1991. It looks at the causes of the crosses, as well as the major conflicts, the U.S. / Russian Space Programs, and what ultimately led to it's symbolic end.
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